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- 1 Best herbal teas for your skin.
- 2 Why tea for my skin?
- 4 What is Herbal Tea?
- 5 Health Benefits of Herbal Tea
- 6 Chamomile Tea the considerable help.
- 7 Rooibos Tea.
- 8 Peppermint Tea.
- 9 Ginger Tea
- 10 Echinacea Tea/Coneflower Tea.
- 11 To age Gracefully: Rosehip tea
- 12 More Tea Jubilee.
- 13 Other links.
Best herbal teas for your skin.
Hello dear friend. Rebekah is back with yet another great article about tea. And this one is a great post that I would love to get feedback from all of you. Having clear skin is not easy to do; with so many cleaners out there that are not suitable for your skin, have you been thinking. “What can I do for my skin? I want it healthy!”
I am here for you! All you need to do is DRINK TEA! haha, sounds quite weird, uh? Well, it’s normal to hear someone say to you (My mom says this a lot too), “Drink more water.” Well, what is tea?
It’s water with the herbs in it! So, it’s going to be super easy to get clear skin in no time! Keep reading the best herbal teas for your skin. And thank me in a few weeks.
Why tea for my skin?
When I first heard that tea could help my skin, I was thinking in my head, “Wait, tea is just water with a teabag. why does everyone think this is a special thing?” Well, here’s what I know.
Everyone talks about this kind of thing, and they all want to know precisely the health benefits of herbal teas; herbal teas are some of the healthiest types of teas you could drink for your skin.
The vitamins and antioxidants found in many herbs have provided much short and long-term health.
Want to know about the herbal tea that is great for your skin? Teas can be a great drink to have any time of the day. Just make sure they are none caffeinated when you don’t feel high on caffeine.
This article will explain what herbal tea is as well, I will list the health benefits and suggest the best herbal teas to drink.
What is Herbal Tea?
Herbal teas are not made from the tea plant or tea leaves despite the name. Most herbal teas are made by steeping flowers, roots (From the plant being used).
Did you know that the teas we love date back to the ancient times of both Egypt and China! They used teas for over a thousand years. And most teas have some kind of healing in them too. The big plus is they taste amazing!
I would start going on a rant about the great things herbal teas can do for you, not just for your skin; herbal teas can help you in many other ways.
I’ll let you keep reading to understand what I am saying.
Health Benefits of Herbal Tea
Helps us Fight the Cold
Herbal teas are excellent for treating a cold that we get sometimes. When some are sick, they go to medicine, and then they are drossy from it, and that’s never good. But these teas can be super helpful when we are not feeling our best.
One of the incredible health benefits of herbal tea is that they help break down fats and speed up stomach emptying.
Some teas can reduce symptoms of indigestion, bloating, and vomiting by doing so.
The best teas for these cold or flu symptoms are dandelion, chamomile, cinnamon, some peppermint, and of course, ginger tea. That’s why I wrote, Best herbal teas for your skin.
Tea Helps Boosts Our Immune System.
The antioxidants and vitamins found in lots of herbal teas are great for helping fight disease and infections. These teas can help protect against oxidative stress and lower the risk of chronic disease that some get.
Daily drinking of herbal tea can significantly help those that suffer from arthritis. And some Herbal teas can help reduce pain, swelling, and even the tiredness in joints that arthritis gives.
Ginger is one of the best herbs to relieve inflammation due to gingerol’s main component. This makes the tea an ideal treatment for joint and muscle pain.
Doesn’t everyone wish they could look and feel younger? The antioxidants found in herbal teas have been shown to aid in slowing down the aging process. These teas can help prevent free radical damage and reduce the aging of cells in the body. This makes your skin and hair look and feels younger.
Tea Helps Relieves Stress and Anxiety for anyone.
Herbal teas help us by calming and relaxing our minds, relieving stress and anxiety. With covid out in the world, we have more pressure than years ago.
So, check out this post to find out why you should try tea after getting the covid-19 vaccine.
I love my Chamomile tea because it’s one of the best teas for stress relief and difficulty sleeping. I have at least two cups before bed, and it really does help you fall asleep faster, and you stay asleep longer.
The calming effect may also act as a mild anti-depressant for some. This excellent tea helps us by stimulating the brain to reduce feelings of depression that some may deal with.
Herbal teas help by Lowering Blood Pressure.
Instead of taking pills (That don’t help that much), try drinking herbal tea to help lower your blood pressure. Herbal teas such as Hibiscus tea can decrease blood pressure without any adverse side effects due to its chemicals.
High blood pressure has negatively affected the heart and your kidneys, so Hibiscus tea is the way to go if you’re looking for a natural treatment.
Great for Skin Health
Herbal tea is a helpful acne treatment without the side effects that some medications cause. The tea can either be ingested commonly or directly applied onto the skin, like on your face, like a facemask before bed. Just wash it off first thing in the morning.
As we all know by now, Rooibos tea is fantastic for your skin, and I have heard it’s a tea that you can have any time of the day too. This tea helps by reducing the breakouts that happen a lot for me. And this tea helps your skin by giving it a younger look from what’s in this tea.
But to learn more about this tea, Just go to the bottom of this page and see my other posts from my site.
Mint tea or even spearmint is excellent for your skin; this helps us out by stopping acne breakout, as so many of us know well. But, how do you know which teas are best for your skin? I have the list you’re looking for.
Best herbal teas for your skin, but what kind of tea?
Chamomile Tea the considerable help.
Chamomile Tea is like the most consumed tea, and it’s all for the calming effects. It has n just one cup, being used as a sleep aid for many, and to help relieve anxiety.
Did you know that drinking chamomile tea twice a day can help those suffering from insomnia? Which helps you out by reducing the time to fall asleep and stay asleep longer than before?
In addition to the calming effects, Chamomile tea is also believed to treat inflammation and soothe the stomach from pain.
Rooibos tea has a whole bunch of benefits. It’s excellent for skincare as it relieves acne and eczema. Thanks to all the antioxidants, it also hides the signs of aging by reducing wrinkles which is terrific!
If you’re experiencing some problems with your digestive health, then you should try drinking Peppermint Tea. This tea helps relieve bloating and abdominal gas symptoms and relieve muscle spasms.
Peppermint can also help us out by treating colds and nausea. However, peppermint tea should not be consumed for indigestion or heartburn problems; this tea can worsen.
This tea is my favorite tea, and that’s why it’s on this list of Best herbal teas for your skin!!
Ginger tea is also best for your digestive health. It helps relieve nausea and vomiting like peppermint. However, ginger does treat indigestion, heartburn, and stomach pains.
Drinking ginger tea is one of the best natural methods for treating inflammation due to the gingerol found in the root. Ginger tea is also suitable for reducing menstrual discomfort, weight loss, and enhancing brain function.
Echinacea Tea/Coneflower Tea.
This next tea is known to help fight off both cold and flu symptoms. And I love this tea because it has a small kick to it when you have that first sip, But after a few drinks, it’s perfect, which helps your skin have that glowing effect.
Echinacea tea helps us out by fighting off infections and even most viruses that both cold and flu can bring with us.
This tea is also great for sipping any time of the day because this is a naturally caffeine-free tea.
To age Gracefully: Rosehip tea
Being made from rose plants, rosehip is high in vitamin C, great for skin and tissue health and the immune system. It also has antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties.
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